Capital of Italy owns a massive collection, the rich and invaluable handicrafts of control structures stunned the world.
Colosseum: Tourists walk in the Colosseum, Rome.This is a new monument was opened in October from last year to visiting tourists.
Gladiators, wild animals and tourists ...?People can walk around the underground rooms where captive lions and tigers as well as the location for the gladiators each waiting to hear their fate.
Every day there are more than 18,000 people visited the arena.The newly opened areas will be guided tours up to 25 people at a time
Colosseum is one of the acclaimed architecture not only in Rome but also in Europe.This is the point each year attracts millions of visitors.
St. Peter's Square: This is where St. Peter was crucified and is also the largest church in Rome.
Roman Court: The court is located between the Palatine and Capitoline hills.This is the most important ancient streets and is the oldest structure, composed of many temples.
Del Campidoglio Square: Built in the 16th century atop the Capitol, Rome.The architecture in this area today often carry the impact of 1560.
Hall: Two tourists rest next to a statue in front of the Campidoglio, the city hall Rome.Cac statue by the Italian artist Matteo Bartolani built in 1588 bearing the image of Rome's Tiber River Representative .
Castel Sant'Angelo Lang: Situated on the River Tiber, built by Emperor Hadrian as a tomb and to himself and heirs.
Capitole Museum: Fragments ancient statue in the courtyard of the Museum of the Capitole, located at the Campidoglio Square, Rome.Capitole Museum's collection of antiques from 1471, since Pope Sixte IV.
The interior of the Vatican: The light shaft is cleverly designed in the cathedral at the Vatican.Tourists to visit to dress seriously and not wear shorts, short skirts.
Sistine Chapel: The wall paintings by the artist Michelangelo Buonarroti Renaissance implementation.
Vatican Museum: The main staircase of the Vatican Museum, designed in a spiral in the Vatican palace.
Temple gods: Home italyguides.it each confirm that this is the best place to keep the Roman monuments and a "where to copy and imitate all the works of antiquity."
Villa Medicis: Built from the 16th century on the hill Pincian.The gardens were then added and the fountain.
Villa Borghese: The area once known as the famous vineyards in the 1500s then Cardinal Scipione Borghese, nephew of Pope Paul V in 1605 and bought into the park.
Navona Square: The people enjoy fresh coffee at a cafe on the square Navona.According to statistics from the National Italian Espresso Institute, the Italian daily population consume 70 million cups of coffee.
Rome look from above with the Vittoriano monument highlights.